Schedule

10.11.2017

10.00 Welcoming Coffee
10.15 Introductory Words
10.30 Keynote

Keynote speaker: Sascha Fahl
What Usable Privacy Research can Learn From Human Factors Studies in Secure Programming

11.00 Session 1: Behavioural Analytics

Session Chair: Lydia Kraus

Zinaida Benenson:
Privacy Implications of Room Climate Data
Frederic Raber:
Privacy User interfaces for Intelligent Retail Stores

12.00 Lunch – Work Groups
13.00 Session 2: Privacy-Enhancing Solutions

Session Chair: Tobias Hirsch

Christoph Bier:
Privacy by Design and Identity Management Infrastructure for Interactive Assistance Systems
Sebastian Zickau:
PARADISE – Privacy-enhancing Technologies in a Doping Control Use-Case
Yasemin Acar:
How developers learn about security and privacy

14.30 Break – Work Groups
15.00 Session 3: User-Centric Approach to Privacy

Session Chair: Maija Poikela

Andreas Schreiber:
Detecting and Visualizing Privacy Issues of Self-Tracking using Provenance Comics
Stefan Brandenburg:
Handling of privacy and data security issues in the development of a mobile system for children with scoliosis to support therapy adherence

16.00 Results from work groups
16.30 Break
16.45 Panel Discussion

Moderator

Prof. Michael Wagner, PhD, Honorary Professor in the Research School of Computer Science of the Australian National University and an Honorary Professor for Biometric Security Systems at the Technische Universität Berlin

Panelists

Prof. Dr. Sascha Fahl, Head of the information security institute at Leibniz University Hannover.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Roth, Head of the Secure Identity group at the Institute of Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin.

Ame Elliott, PhD, Design Director for Simply Secure, a nonprofit service organization dedicated to making ubiquitous privacy and security a reality

17:45 Workshop ends
18:30 Social Event